Wealth and legacy planning in a crisis

Ms Angeline Alexander says more wealthy clients are now keen to incorporate philanthropy in their legacy planning.
Ms Angeline Alexander says more wealthy clients are now keen to incorporate philanthropy in their legacy planning.PHOTO: SPH RADIO

Ms Angeline Alexander, head of high net worth and affluent customer segments at Prudential Insurance Singapore, recently spoke to Money FM 89.3 host Rachel Kelly on Prime Time, and explains why the downturn is a good time to take stock

A: There has been a lot of uncertainty and unpredictability that has impacted everyone and our customers are no different. This period has raised a lot of greater concerns.

What we are seeing in our conversations with customers is that they are increasingly concerned about making sure that their current health and protection plans are suited to what they need.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on September 13, 2020, with the headline 'Wealth and legacy planning in a crisis'. Print Edition | Subscribe